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Greetings. I'm a writer, photo editor and researcher working on a story called "4 Ways of Looking at a Bubble." As I searched various photo agencies for interesting images of bubbles and their various roles in our lives, I found fabulous image of Edward Teller, (with Hans Bethe), blowing bubbles in his laboratory with bubble diagrams on a blackboard in the background. Unfortunately, the caption info for the photo says nothing about why bubbles would have been used in experiments that led to the development of the hydrogen bomb, and that's just the sort of information that I need in order to write the text to accompany the photo of Teller and Bethe. Might you, or anyone else our there, be able to give me a quick, layman's rundown on how bubbles fit into the H-bomb studies? Many, many thanks for any help!
Toggle Commented Sep 12, 2008 on it's better with bubbles at Cocktail Party Physics